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avatar HTML: Lesson 9: Topic A
July 16, 2013 01:33PM
Done.
avatar Re: HTML: Lesson 9: Topic A
July 17, 2013 09:10PM
Done

Regards. smiling smiley
Re: HTML: Lesson 9: Topic A
July 22, 2013 01:28PM
Done.
Re: HTML: Lesson 9: Topic A
August 04, 2013 05:41PM
does frames still get used? done with this
Re: HTML: Lesson 9: Topic A
August 24, 2013 04:47PM
Done.
Re: HTML: Lesson 9: Topic A
September 07, 2013 10:52PM
Done

I found this website that gives a good example of some of the things to avoid when creating webpages.

Has some good links to some sites that advise (discourages) on the use of frames. Check it out if you want tips on what to avoid on you webpages.

http://www.angelfire.com/super/badwebs/
Re: HTML: Lesson 9: Topic A
September 15, 2013 09:45AM
done
avatar Re: HTML: Lesson 9: Topic A
September 16, 2013 09:05PM
Done.

'Start small, start young'...
Re: HTML: Lesson 9: Topic A
October 13, 2013 06:35PM
Done
Re: HTML: Lesson 9: Topic A
October 14, 2013 01:48PM
done
HTML: Lesson 9: Topic A
October 15, 2013 09:06PM
Done
avatar Re: HTML: Lesson 9: Topic A
November 14, 2013 10:27AM
Something really weird happened to me with this activity - after adding the frames and reading all about users being able to change the frame sizes by dragging the borders - I wanted to see for myself what would happen if I were to add a border="0" attribute... Then, like magic (I swear it was!) my frames turned into tables... and I couldn't undo. Has this happened to anyone else??
avatar Re: HTML: Lesson 9: Topic A
November 14, 2013 01:12PM
Frames are obsolete and are not supported in HTML5 - move on.

The correct attribute is frameborder="0", not border="0".
The frameborder attribute only affects the size of the border display, it does not affect whether or not there is actually a border.

Use "noresize" to make a frame non-resizable.


You also need the correct <!Doctype> in order to use frames correctly.

Have a look here -
http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_frame.asp
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